Hi all, Thanks for all the info, insights, and opinions. I read every post concerning the P3AT, before buying one. I love mine and am recommending them to friends and family. I will post much more on this later. For now, suffice it to say that I am almost glad my Pocketlite was stolen. Major Kudos to KelTec for being brave enough to even try to design the perfect pocket gun. Yesterday I ran across the “Wayback Machine” and immediately tried to see if I could retrieve KTORG’s old posts. Results were spotty, but worthwhile! Today I scoured the current forms, to see if this is new news. Here is what I found: On: Sep 7th, 2004, 11:59am From: kraigster414 YaBB Senior Member "I mentioned the problem at the Kahr Club site and here is a copy and paste response: Just use the wayback machine. I'm sure MOST of the content is archived. http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.ktog.org Most recent: http://web.archive.org/web/20040311...//www.ktog.org/ Then, the content can be 'copied back over'. " In reply: From: Ray Morris [email protected] "Thanks. Unfortunately the messge board was not archived. " I’m not sure if he didn’t dig deep enough. Maybe he was on DialUp. It is frustrating, even with DSL. What I found was that web.archive.org has 76 pages listed as archived from 1999 to 2003. A lot of them don’t work, but some do. As proof, I offer the following: At: http://web.archive.org/web/20010417190252/www.ktog.org/ubb/Forum2/HTML/000413.html Posted: April 09, 2001 03:17 PM From: Freedom1 New Member "Well I sent my P32 in for chrome job and explained to Carolyn that when I have a full magazine inserted and I release the slide the first round will not chamber. I got the gun today with heavier recoil springs. Now the slide will not pull back far enough to get behind the bullet to chamber it.If I put an unloaded magazine in the slide will not stay open because it can't move back far enough to get behind the magazine. I called Carolyn back she said mix and match the springs to get the right compination. I tried the new stronger inner spring with my older outer spring that combination will let the slide get far enough back but still not strong enough to load the first shell. Whenever I try to use the longer outer spring it won't alow the slide to move back far enough. If I cut a little off the stronger spring will it work? Does a spring for this pistol have to be longer to be stronger because thats the problem I think. Any Ideas friends?" (5 posts down) From: alamo Member Posts: 98 From:austin, tx Registered: Sep 2000 "DaStray - Our P-32s DO work, that's why we like them. Your comment makes no sense. Freedom1's problem seems to be easily corrected by changing springs. If that doesn't work, KT will fix it. Most P-32s function fine out of the box. If they don't, a little tweaking or a trip to the factory will take care of it. You would certainly have a valid complaint if KT had poor customer service or wasn't able to fix it (then they would replace it). It is probably not surprising that a gun this small and light can be finicky about some things like springs or ammo." Here is a few more that work: http://web.archive.org/web/20010627162039/www.ktog.org/ubb/Forum2/HTML/000496.html http://web.archive.org/web/20010302182221/www.ktog.org/ubb/Forum4/HTML/000020.html http://web.archive.org/web/20020210011918/www.ktog.org/wwwboard/p32/messages/111.html http://web.archive.org/web/20000303003745/www.ktog.org/articles-p11max.htm I’ll be looking into web crawlers and Internet micros to see just how much can be retrieved in an orderly fashion. Hope this made someone’s day. Thanks again for helping me find my new love.